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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 13 May 1892

'.. y & CHILD BIRTH fc MADE EASY ! " MoTiitts' Friend " is a scientific- ally prepared Unlmenl every Ingre- dient of recognized value and In constant uv? by the medical pro- fession. These ingredients arc com- btned ip-a manner hitherto unknown "MOTHERS' FRIEND" - WILL 00 all that is claimed for HAND MORE. It Shortens Labor Lessens Pain Diminishes Danger to Life of Mother and Child. Book to " Mothers ' mailed FREE con- taining Valuable information and voluntary testimonials. Serit by express on teeeipt of price $150 per bottle MADFIELO REGULATOR CO. Atlanta. Ca. BOLD tlY ALL DIlUUQIBTa. A GREAT DEBATE vfpty Cameron Crowded With Thousand f of Texas Citizens. SIX THOUSAND PEOPLE THERE. Thoy Cheered For. Clark and They Oneered for Hogg. The first debate between Gov. Hogg and George C.ajk at Waco was a nota ble event and probably drew together one or the largest political crowds ever seen in Texas The three hours de- bate is altogether too lengthy for the limited space of the Report...

Publication Title: Abilene Reporter, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 13 May 1892

TvnrT .-r"-"; ? - yvf w t tjTi'w i; & 3 c r t a F h. i l9k - if ic s The Abilene Reporter. PUBLISHED AT ' ABIUOTI! . - - TEXAS. FRIDAY MAY I3 i8q. JOHN HORNY JR. Editor. In Rkrorru BuiUinRon Second Stmt. at the Abilene. Texas Postofflce M stocond-Claf Nll Matter. Babierlptloa Batti. Osejmr; ... ..$i5o Sbcac-nths. ............... 75 "Tkree months........ .... ....... 40 Tzai ad FdAe toad Tim Table. tAST-BOUNli rASSKNOKK. AlIIVCS. ... a... .......... . I054O A. Departs..... 1 1:05 A. M WEST-BOUND PASStSGKt. Arrives..... .............. .. 4:08 r. u. Depart.. 4:30 f. M. ANNOUNCEMENTS RATES FOR ANNOUNCEMENTS FOK OFFICE. Congress. ......$25 00 J&ate Senate... . ............ .... 15 00 Representative... 15 ot District....... .......... 10 00 County..... 300 Precinct...... 3 00 The above rates do not include price for Barnes on ticket which will be $1.00 No candidate' name -Hill be put On tickets (or less than price of announcement and $1.00 for name on ticket. FOR SHERIFF: J. V. Cu...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 13 May 1892

Trf1 w '"W'""' " v -Uo. v: h .. s W LOCAL. ars .VDan M. Jones editor Western at Anson spent Wednesday here. J. H. Eaton spent several days here this week. . T O.Anderson went east yesterday morning.' m i m t Joe Cockrell made a trip to Austin this week. Howarci Young left lor Llano Mon- day morning. Try Hoonan tea a perfect blend at Mackcchney's. J. R. Soman Fort Worth spent '' yesterday here. 1 " Capt. Endt left Sunday on a busi- ness trip to Columbus. t Plant sorghum makes best feed for horses seed tor sale at Mackecliney's. 4 John Neil shipped seventeen cars of cattle to the Indian Territory Tuesday. Mrs. D. J. Red gave a card party last week complimentary to Miss Lillte Green. Frank Anson spent Monday night . here. He reports everything lovely at his ranch. Theo.Vbgel Ft. Worth spent yester- day here looking after his real estate interests. Carter & Carter shipped twenty cars of cattle to the Indian Territory Wed- nesday evening. Mrs. T. H. Alexander has been quite sick with...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 13 May 1892

fi'fA' 1 CITY DIRECTORY i rpti IXCKK WCIKtlKS. -Abilene Commander? No. 87. Knight Temp- Ittr hijUU Its Mated conctaTO InMhelr eiflum third floor roncr A Bm building corner Hortta Hccoud and I'lne sire! on Um sevo: U JSonlny night lit each month. Visiting. Sir Xldhu cordially tnvtifd to. attend. J. Cl.l'URRIK. Km. Commander. Oik. 0 lUnms-ltecordcr. Abilene Crupter No.lM.ll. A. W.-HoMe IU anted convocations the second Krldsy plght til Wh month In their hall thlnt floor. Toner and Meeret building comer Tin end North Second ru. r. s. O. Joiwoit. Secretary. CW. Roaenrs. M.B. II P. Abilene lodge Wo. 5W J end A. M.-IIoldslts seatod communications tbe first Saturday night la each month In their hall third Boor Porter and Keerei building comer Pine and North 8eo- and streets. W. 9. 0.Jonxeoie. Secretary. IX. H. OooK W. M. I. O. O. F. Meet eTery Tuesday night In the X. of P. hall. AH Ttsltlng brethren cordially In- ritod to attend. W. IL Tuirr J. Q. T. lUHrrnx. Secretary. Surot tbe West Lodge...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 13 May 1892

v - if ? r ' '$' f l V A$liii?iiifyaniple A GRANULATED SMOKING TOBACCO. Superior lor Pipe or Cigarette. Sold at 5 cents for a 2-02. bap;. r .-. w w- morning line it Has ever before been offered at the price. A RICH HELLOW" 5J10KE. AGRICULTURAL Diversified Farming. No golden rule can be laid down for the guidance of ihe tanner so that he can nave an assurance ol success with any one special crop. As in any other business risk must be taken into account. Last of all the compasses are adjusted. It should be the same with every farmer. His particular en- vironments should be well considered possibilities and probabilities weighed in the balance of experience and the com- passes adjusted accordingly. Wheat raising corn raising cattle raising horses hogs sheep and poultry all give a wide variation.Yet how few farm ers plau in such a way as each of these special industries are so planmd that each of them assist the other all the wjitle tending to a safer and surer in- vestment by a higher ...

Publication Title: Abilene Reporter, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 13 May 1892

u "" " '" "" ' " T1 ! 'i i i i i h i k- M ' t ' 'J" ATEXA3 OPERA. ! Written and Arranged bv Mits Nata- lie Taylor of Abilene Will be Produced in Fori "Worth. Srrclftf(ot)ithifU. WEATiiEimmb Tex. May 8 A J great treat und compliment is in store Ibr Weadierford and Fort V6rth. Miis Natalie Alston TaylOr of Abilene Tex. a ynung lady of cliarmitig ap- pearance extraordinary culture and talent with inddmitible perseverance has after months of devoted applica- tion composed and arranged an opera original in all its parts abounding in sweet melodies with delightful themes interspersing weird harmonics and minor chords happy situations and mirthful scenes and with words appro- pnate for all. The work at produced has received the highest commendations from most eminent critics fir Us musical and lit- erary merit MissTavlor has selected for the ptoper presentation of the play about forty of our local ari'tts who me v last night for practice at the resi- dence of Cap t. McGeehee. It is her pur...

Publication Title: Abilene Reporter, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 19 May 1892

T & The Abilene Reporter . - i . .r e 3C VOL. XI. ABILENE TEXAS THURSDAY MORN KG. MAY 19 1892. NO 21. -t- ''""vrt'ivi' i-r rvw rif -tynn(-vr t 1 1 i. T I li n i vf . ' h ' TheMississippi river is bn a big boom this week. i-lt J II ..! Senator Barbour or Virginia died at Washington Saturday morning of heart failure The Aransas Pass railway is to be sold tinder foreclosure the first Tuesday in November. r Heavy rains and damaging floods are reported all over nor.hern and midd'.e Texas this week. Seymour Connor of Paris was elected president of the state firemen's association at Waco last week for the ensuing year The state V. C. T. U. convention opened Wednesday at the first Baptist church in Dallas and will continue in session three days. The Colorado river has been on a big boom for the past week or ten days owing to the heavy rains throughout west Texs. Red river was higher last week than it has been since 1844 according to reports from those who have lived on its banks since t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 19 May 1892

wpywp mm vwy"1 dl' CITY DIRECTORY rsorz i-. nwrrr BXOKXT 40CIXTI.E8. Abilene Commander)' No.T. Knthts Teat r. hol.U It tinted tvtirUra In tliclr asylum tblnl Boor Porter A Kcerea tmlMInc corner forlli Second Mid Pine sireota otl Hie w..l JJOrolar nlichl In earn month. Vlnlllnp Sir iuifthu coMIallr invlttsl h attend. J. tr. flBRir Km. Commander. Olo.C.lUnninmnlor. AMlnne Chapter 3o. W It A. M.-lIoli In featedronrocAtlon IlioMond Krldnjr night In ianh month In their hall third floor. Potior nd tere building corner Pno mid North Scvoud rcet. W. S. 0. Jnnipu" Secrctarr. 7 W ItOBMRW M B. II. P Vbllene I.odgo. No. 4J9. P. and A M.-Holdlu itated communications the nm Saturday nlfcht n each month In tbclr halt third floor IVrter ln(l Koere building corner Pino and North See- tid street. W 8. O.Johxsok Secretary. n.n.OooKW.34. 1. 0 O.K. Meeu erery TueUy nlglit In the S. or P. hall. All visiting brethren cordially In- cited M attend IK Tmtr N. O. J W. llAXrmn. Secretary. Starof the Wert Lodge...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 19 May 1892

! Tower? g 5L1CKER r s 17 uuaru)tcc & L. Abiotuttly Water. T" AU. tmprtrtb SCckcrt have V e 4 bekktherTshBrind -sat TRAOUut k On every Coat i 5oftWoolcp "Ofr WatCh Out! Collar. 4 A TOWER. MFfc BOSTON MASS OutojM AGRICULTURAL Experiments Made With Different Varieties of Ohio Oats. Fifty differently named sorts of o ts were sown in a comparative test nt itfic Ohio experiment station in 1891 ' on a piece of bottom land which had been in corn the previous season The Varieties were divided Into four groups: (i) those of the Welcome type.having A course weak straw with plump heavy white grain; (2) varie- ties with open panacle and wheat grain but the grain more pointed and lighter in weight than the Welcome; (3)1 varieties having open panacle but with black or mixed grain and (4) varieties is which the panicle is more nr 1f nnp.stHfl rnmmnntu a11fl Jfr "side Oats." " In each of these croups a typical variety was adopted as a standard and out the group so that every variety had a plot ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 19 May 1892

la.u.j; .W - - rtr The Atilcne Reporter. PUBLISHED AT ABIUUTS! . - - TEXAS THURSDAY MAY 19 189a. JOHN MOENYs JR. Editor 1 ' 1 . n 1' " '' ' " 1' I ' " " " ' ''' '' Mtee In Reidrtee Building on Second Street ' 1' ii . . .... - ..'.in ! 1' tared it ih Abilene. Texas Postofflre u Sacond-Clss Mail Matter. Il'l ' II J . i I II I . ll t I Subscription Bts. 0h yeftr44 ... 44.t4. $1.50 St months. ...... ..... 75 TWrrt months... ..........4. .v.. 40 " 1 i1 't . 1 ' Tsxat End PseUU Local Tin TuMs. tAST-ttOUNU rASSENC.ER. '. Arrives...... ;..... 10140 A. M. Depart. r....... k..... 1 1.-05 A. m WESMlOUNd PASSENGER. Arrires. 4ioS r. m. Departs... ......... .... 4130 r. M. 1 1 . 1 1 1 I 1. . V 1 1.1 ii. 1 ANNOUNCEMENTS RATES FOR ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR OFFICE. Congress. . . ... ......$25 00 SuteSrnate.ii.............. .... 1500 Representative.. ...k 15 District.... .4... 10 CO County........ .... 5 00 Predtict .. . 3 00 The above rales do not include price for names on ticker which will be $1.00. No ca...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 19 May 1892

Sk I 3 1 I tr TryHoonan.tea acjfbcl bjentf at Mackcchney's. ' Frank Torrey returned from Penn- sylvania Friday. 'j Go to Gus Ackermans for pure whis- -. kies wines and cigar. A Capt and Mrs. Field relumed to Fort Worth Tuesday morning. Call at the Arcade lor pure whiskey and fine wine. V. A. Gray'; lo-tf ' Patronize the Abilene collar factory and help support a home enterpiise. ti t m Two good work horsed to trade for one horse apply to J. F. Clark. 1 7.1! t Money can be had quickly by call ing on Currie Sliih & Henderson.- 6-tf Chas. Kenyon New York arrived Monday evening ind will spent several itb?ys here. Absolutely nothing but the best whiskies wines etc. kept at the Gilt Edge saloon. k Henry James manager Abilene v clearing house reports cleatings for month oi April $195197.26. We .invite attention to the announce- mentofM. W McLamore as cnndi. 'f date for treasurer of Taylor county. 1 Lost A black Morocco pocket case of surgical instruments; please re- turn for reward. Joh...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 19 May 1892

lKXIEWlH)ps& itit rm&.s n F "!r: 3E WnVifO -'.vx.- ... A GRANULATED SMOKINO TOBACCO. JmiS JjP- VAT U II 4Ca1s1 m a Ant mm Mt sv tia Nothing tike It has ever before been offered at the prlc. A RICH. MELLOW SMOKE. LIVE STOCK. Swino Breeding. The liOg in the mind of many has been asocinted with the filthy hog pen which too oticn is an abomination without initg.-uion. These persons cannot realize what a clean'y well ap- pearing animal the hog truly is when properlv cared for and treated with the Same consideration as ordinarily gov- erns the breeding of other kiiids of farm stock. No man should entertain the thought that he is to raise hogs successfully within the narrow confines of a pen six or tight feet square. It can't be done. The hoij in a state of nature gains his living by foaming at large foraging about for all sorts of herbaceous plants roots insects etc. and the nearer man can get to natural conditions. in this respect the better it ts. A clover pasture offers the ide...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 19 May 1892

v f CHILD BIRTH MADE EASY t " Mothers' Fricnd " U a scientific- ally prepared Liniment every Ingre- dient Of recognized value and In Constant ut by the medical pro- fession. These ingredients are com- bined Ir.a manner hitherto unknown "MOTHERS FRIEND" WILL DO all that Is claimed for HAND MORE. It Shortens Labor Lessens Pain Diminishes Danger to Life of Mother and Child. Boole to " Mothers " mailed FREE con- taining valuable information and voluntary testimonials. Sentby express on receipt of price $1.60 per bottle BRAOFIELD REQUUTOR CO. Atlanta. Ca. BOLD TV ALL IlllUOClIBTa . POULTRY DEPARTMENT T Facts Not Thoones on Roup. Last fall I went into winter quarters with about 200 chicks and fowls about 50 of these July-hatched and every blessed one of them had distem- per or cold in the head. They were all pullets and I did not know where to put them as I was movmg my hen house at the tine. I finally partition- ed off an old room in the east end of an old burn into which I placed them i...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 19 May 1892

vSfnSSfSw'S" n i''Wv-'rfo'W' l"Wfw'iVr''Tw "" & i iii L ' -- ft J. tfDnilmn1e! o vk It a"hvn oof Vivr ata ViiCkTTQO anrl YvVKHiafa 'FViAXr Will de 'j -'( I . ceive mislead and cheat you in all things." So says-James S. Hogg. "We wiil lease the sacred school fund to the aforesaid dishonest rail- r . MJ roads." So says tne aloresaid James S. ogg. . t:tv ?. Wt . I-... ' O TA J' I ; !" I V ftW . j - --; ; v r m ;i y SlJV fc ' I f v f '-' wAl.'yiro;H' j" ' r i I I i 1 I i t i 1 i i : 1 4 i fa b a F c i & a d P path m f RALLY THERE WILL BE A MASS MEETING . AT THE B. & W. OPERA HOUSE . . - lUfiti Mifflil Mar IQili lUSIl iPi T IHul v v Hon. H. P. Bro "wn - The man with the tongue of flame1" V '1' - ' ' ' ' 15 h" i iz -v Dome ed hear Democracy. Come and see the hide taken oft iff the aforesaid James. S. Hogg. t w V - Sjf ft REMEMBER THURSDAY NIGHT MAY 19th. fel J

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 27 May 1892

iv tjrjj The Abilene Reporter. ti i A- VOIi. XI. ABILENE TEXAS FRIDAY MORNING MAY 27 1892. NO. 22. jrny . . f I... ' t ?' ' $ . u A: 1" I? :& S I I s. K There was a heavy frost and snow in Some of the northern states Saturday Ked river is all over the bottoms and several inches higher than' the high water mark of 1890. John M Gibbs treasurer of Wise county was thrown from a Cart Friday near Decatur and seriously injured. A full list of the killed and wounded in the Cotton Belt wreck numbers t8 killed and 22 wounded some of them very seriously The state democratic convention to elect delegates to the national demo- cratic convention at Chicago will be held in Lampasas June 7II1. A very strong effort is being made by strong republican leaders headed by J. S. Clarkson to have Blaine make the race for president. . 1 ji 1 The boaid of directors of the north- west Texas Baptist college at Deca- tur elected Rev. John D. Jordon of Louisville Ky. as preiident of the college last week. Du...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 27 May 1892

-m flft't ""?"" PT r ' II f I Mm 'it frl- !i M : 11 .?!- . 3 M f 'I I m i if P CITY DIRECTORY W-Ti saty BefcJa.. 8X0MET TOCIKTtGS. AMlen Commanderr Ttfo. ST. Kntjhts Temp- lar bold tt nUtts! rohMiwe In their anilnm. thtttl Door Porter A Retire bnllainc cortirr forth Secoiiil and Miir. triU wn ihe wrosil Hominy nlfiM in rfccb mouth YbltiuK Sir iulRhu coruUUr IutIioI to attend. J. O. CfBiilfc. Km. Commander jt!?)i. o. lURittmltccofJcr Abilene Chanter No.lVHU. A. M-"oW V natslfoiocatlon thQMComl Friday n'Khl In -anti month lntbelr ball third floo. iWr nnd Hecm bnlldlnR. turner line ami orth tfconi street. W. 8. O. Johskok. feceretarr Q. W. tloaiinrs. M. K II. I. n MSL P. and A. M. Iloldsllt stated eomrauiileatlonii the first Saturday night Abilene bodge. a ftach month lit thetr halt third floor Verier anil Itcerca bulldln. eornrr Pino and Iorth sec- rod mreet. W. S. O. Jonxoo Peeretarr. H. n. Cook W. II. r.O.O.FV-Vrcta eTcryTnefcUy nlfht In the C Of Pv ball. AH Tliltlnj brethren cordla...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 27 May 1892

Vfr .TOpyTvnsw y . "IV ft. r ' "" '"ftWn'- V iU7T'r"f'T'T:7!' it J fc 'f-f r ii r b A GRANULATED SlYlOKINd TOBACCO. Superior tor Pipe or Cigarette. Sold at 5 cents for a a-oz. bag. Nothing llko It has. ever before been ottered at the price. A RICH flELLOW SHOKB. A Cinch on Chinch Bugs. Chancellor Snow of the university of Kansas deserves the credit of the discovery of the new and very ingeni- ous method of destroying chinch bujs namely by the cultivation of (he dis- eased hugs and consequently of the disease which proves fatal. We re- ferred to this matter last vear as a method which promised great results The experiments to Professor Snow during i8go give increased confidence that this method will in the end prove to be so complete and effective that the chinch bug pest will be at an end with farmers who care to avail them- selves of it. The difficulty that we an- ticipated after reading" the report of Pro- fessor Snow's experiments in 1888 was that of preserving the germs of disea...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 27 May 1892

.t .1 I? mi W l i I i i i 1 t i c It I! t 1 r FRIDAY MAY a? t89a. i i . - ..! ''II Hi I- I II I I Hi- JOHN HOENY JR. Editor. :. i :'; r:-f;r. :v .:' ' r.:.rr OSeeln Rxtortkr Rullding on Second Street. - .....i i i iMmd at tbe Abilene. Tern. Poitofflc M Seoond-CUs Mall Natter. ' " ' " ' ' Subscription Bates. 0e year........ ........... ......$'.S Sk months. ..) I.......H 4 75 Thrca months...................... 40 " i. i.M.i.i mm - 11 1 Mmifciwi-iMi m Tiim ud Paelfle Local Tim Tble. EAST-BOUND PASSENGER.. Arrives ........ 10140 a. M. Departs .. ............... ...1 1:05 A. m WEST-BOUND PASSENGER. .Arrive......... 4:68 r. M. Depart............ 4:30 p. M. ''' .1 1 1 i 111 . 1 ANNOUNCEMENTS The Abilene Reporter. f UlLlSHED AT ABHJSKE . . - TEXAS. RATES FOR ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR '& 4 OFFICE. Congress... $25 OO Stale Senate.. 1 . it 00 Ift Itenresenlative . is 00 District... 10 00 "County .. S 60 Fredoct 3 00 The above rates-do not include price for names on ticket which will be $1.00. No ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 27 May 1892

'?H!mWrViyv'' -". 'I "3 i' - .-... r n . . .w yp '.:' ifcvMFfc -Extraordinary . -fllffi; :-ilf' PreDarations-'W ' '5 jVii a. . Are ial The date be announced next week and in due time. WATCH FOR IT. S. LAPOWSKI & BRO. Abilene Texas. t ' LOO-A-ILi. Gus Ackermans handles the celebra- ted Hosteller's bitters. Ed Seay Ira Border and John Bowyer visited Baird Saturday. Good quality cane molasses 35 cents a gallon at Mackechney's. 1 7 -tf Mrs. J. G. Currie and family re- turned lrm Galveston last week. Improve your parlors by putting in nice electroliers. You can get them by leaving your order with Mr. Kelly. Large line of samples of the latest styles of spring and summer goods just received by that popular tailor Mr. Tikker. 3-tf Vjust received at N. Porter's another shipment of that fine Nichol's Oregon leather for harness and sadales and bark tanned wool skins. i8-tf Wanted Two or three young ladies to work 111 store. Only those who want to learn and willing to work need apply. S. L...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 27 May 1892

! . V i I :w 1 if i i 3i 1 i t 1 I n ra 1! t .Kn .fyow ?rCOAT TDOCTl "tn wtw in ih ilcrrt hofdtn JL MMtndtlfhlulwnttumoeranr bM 1 vIwm tk I. Man Anil .M If tt la water lift. TlxTrtanliliiUitmrktl lnofcTrnlelt'iflU)ktTTi5.1 v vMTut Towr iMfKUVtu ria m HcHf to Uwnor tnbttTry -aM. and iMbnlit m dnlnt 10 Bk tWM i na frcryirMr mn; ua ni wiwir ' 4M MWkir that till! In tar paint Ttw waja nm na MO IM Uanolna Jmfrtf let. A Soft Wetti Cellar. m Bfmiu bsczct. . TlTr4;nrH(hla)W.) AYatch Out Iter iMtHi Hmm rlBMl 8ad fnr Otaka-na fra. A.J.T0WER.M& BttoaMut 40CV SliM Trotters. Mr. D. Bay of North Vernon tnd owns n jvatling colt by prompter dam by Sterling; that went an eighth one day hst week in 24 seconds the first time it was hitched to a cart. This is an excellent showing. ' J. H Westcott of Lincoln Neb. has bought ofM P. Gratton of l'res- ton Minn. the bay colt Cymbeline by Red Chieftain 8504 dam by Hcrcd 3:14; second dim by Trample 3:53; ihird damLiitle Queen. 3:40 by King Herod. ""Red Ch...

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